US Customs border services refused entry to Maximum Overdrive Software Personal
|Assignee:||Walter Pate||% Done:|
|Category:||Documentation||Estimated time:||20.00 h|
|Target version:||1.3.22||Spent time:||39.00 h|
On Sept 3 2012 and Sept 22 2012 U.S. Customs refused entry to M.O.S.Co staff because they wanted to see Sales agreements which included after sales service details.
#1 Updated by Walter Pate over 7 years ago
M.O.S.Co. needs create new sales agreements and have all customers sign new sales agreements before it can issue new 2013 subscription keys.
there will be a different sales agreement for :
1) new sale with 2013 Basic subscription
2) new sale with 2013 Gold subscription
3) new sale of Moscore-Qm Lite with 2013 Basic subscription
4) Sale of 2013 Basic Subscription with Update of Moscore-QM Version 1.3.X
5) sale of 2013 Gold Subscription with Update of Moscore-QM version 1.3.X
6) any new scoreboard sale
#5 Updated by Walter Pate over 7 years ago
I made a trip (non business) to Seattle to race radio controlled cars, there was a half hour delay while the border guard researched the reason for my trip. I was allowed to proceed after he had an understanding that we were complying with the free trade agreement rules for our business procedures. I still need to try a business trip